How to ditch traditional color & bring freshness

Is red only for bridal? Is yellow only for the Haldi ceremony and green for the Mehandi ceremony? Who decided all this? Of course, you will decide by being flexible to new ideas and trending all your way. start planning what you would wear for each of the ceremonies by seeing what is happening in the world. With millions of Instagram pictures and a thousand Pinterest mood boards, you will soon realize that there is no hard and fast rule when it comes to outfit and color combinations. Each of your Outfits can be picked to complement everything, especially each other. 

Someone said, pastels are too light for weddings, and see how couples like Anushka Sharma and Virat’s color combination of pastel pink and beige rocked the who world. The not-so-traditional coordinated outfits match each other, along with the decor to create a new fresh wedding trend.

Golden Gold


Golden being just for South Indian weddings is no longer the case. See how both Indian couples are pairing subtle golden outfits, especially for a day wedding setup. The subtle golden color doesn’t have to be blingy & bright as well.

Purple & Beige


This color combination is somewhat less explored. Thanks to a designer like Anita Ddongre who says that they would be a great addition to any trousseau. The sensuous purple color is treated as a color for royals. To add calmness to its vibrancy, it comes out best when combined with beige. 

Rainbow Colors


It isn’t a bad idea to open yourself up to all the colors as your wedding will be the most colorful & memorable day of your life. Picking up rainbow colors for a boho chic feel in your wedding theme is a new hit. It has been trending on Tv start wedding parties. Go with all seven colors and play around. Here are some inspirations for you. 

Saffron orange


Taking inspiration from our Mughals kings and queens is one way to express your love for our culture. The tones of sunset give your attire a unique blend of the Mughal vibe. This color is one of the trendiest and safest colors to play around with in Haldi and other ceremonies. This saffron looks like royal mahals and durbars. Therefore, it can be a great pick for royal-themed weddings as well. 

New trends and colors in Indian weddings have always been appreciated so complete the look by adding some fresh non-traditional color options to turn heads. Share your experience with us.

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